Sunday, June 30, 2019

Notes From All Over -- Part 2 -- June 30, 2019

One of the "big stories" I used to follow was the "energy debacle" in Europe. I follow the story once in awhile now, but not as much any more.

Don sent me a great article -- which I would have missed -- that really spells it out. Interesting read.

From zerohedge. I don't see this as imperialism or a "battle" -- it's just free-market capitalism and making choices. I would stay away from the opining and editorializing and just pay attention to the "facts," statistics, etc.

From the linked article:
One of the most important energy battles of the future will be fought in the field of liquid natural gas (LNG).Suggested as one of the main solutions to pollution, LNG offers the possibility of still managing to meet a country’s industrial needs while ameliorating environmental concerns caused by other energy sources. At the same time, a little like the US dollar, LNG is becoming a tool Washington intends to use against Moscow at the expense of Washington’s European allies.

Human Interest Story -- June 30, 2019

Link here to The Dickinson Press.

Hopefully folks won't run into a paywall, it's a great story.

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Military

100%, without question, if a high school student has no idea whatsoever what he or she wants to do, I always suggest looking into the military. It is absolutely incredible what the military offers.

Three vignettes.

The linked story at The Dickinson Press is of a Native American female who enlisted at the age of 17. Because she was not yet of legal age, her mother had to sign for her. Upon enlistment, she takes a test; qualifies to become a medic, i.e., an enlisted "Radar" or "Klinger" you might see on M*A*S*H. Twenty years later she is a physician in the National Guard with real-world experiences.

Our son-in-law, similar story. Enlisted in the US Navy at age 17. His mother had to sign for him for the same reason for him to enlist. He tests and scores high enough to teach nuclear weapon courses to incoming engineering officers. After a couple of years, he boot-straps himself into an ROTC engineering course at the University of Arizona. He returns to active duty officer as a nuclear submariner and after 15 years in that role, one step from commanding his own submarine, he applies to and gets accept to Harvard Business School. He is now chief information officer / chief operating officer for a Fortune 500 company based out of London. And it all started at age 17, taking a qualifying exam in the military. 

For me, I was in the process of applying for my advanced degree when my mother sent me a notice that the military was offering scholarships (or "full rides") in return for four years of service. I applied, was accepted, and enjoyed it so much, I stayed 30 years and a day.

MRO's Bill Connolly In Bailey Oil Field -- Re-Fracked; New Production 40X Greater After Re-Frack -- June 30, 2019

Updates

August 8, 2019: updated recent production:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN6-20193022893228083117620766140154676
BAKKEN5-20193124374245254640319440102486967
BAKKEN4-20192629475295359024520752534412964
BAKKEN3-201954502375520278000


Original Post

For newbies: MRO has an aggressive re-frack program in the Bailey oil field. Here is another example.

The well:
  • 16736, 377, MRO, Bill Connolly 21-25H, Bailey, t1/108; cum 262K 4/19;
Previous post:
May 13, 2019: #16736, huge jump in production but only 5 days of production; in area of a lot of new fracking; need to check up on production over three or four full months. Re-fracked, 2/22/19 - 3/9/19; 6 million gallons of water; 90% water in the injection;
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN4-20192629475295359024520752534412964
BAKKEN3-20195450237552027831545572030
BAKKEN2-20190000000
BAKKEN1-20190000000
BAKKEN12-20180000000
BAKKEN11-201812344031969
BAKKEN10-201831844680243786420128
BAKKEN9-20183081791014376647858
BAKKEN8-201831837110313879753029

So, note that the 26-day production of 29,475 bbls extrapolates to 34,010 bbls/30-day month.

How did this well do at the original frack?

BAKKEN10-20083145884378985249724970
BAKKEN9-200830472248801003238523850
BAKKEN8-200831523951731185283928390
BAKKEN7-200823272426811477126512650
BAKKEN6-20083030282898699134413440
BAKKEN5-20083133113457725152115210
BAKKEN4-20083037323639844185818580
BAKKEN3-200831475346561045197719770
BAKKEN2-200829574658111239213221320
BAKKEN1-2008268262792221433133130

So, for the cost of mediocre re-frack, MRO got a huge "new" well. 

Enerplus Danks Well In Antelope Oil Field Coming Back On Line? -- June 30, 2019

Random update of two wells in section 17-151-94. Both wells are on 320-acre spacing. One is on the W/2 of the section (320 acres); the other is in the E/2 of the section (20 acres). The EOG well remains off line; the Enerplus well is back on line but not clear how this well will play out. Note in the production profile below, the Danks well produced around 5,000 bbls of oil in one day on two different occasions: once in 4/19; and once in 5/19; will continue to follow.


May 19, 2019: on 320-acre spacing; these are the only two wells in section 17-151-94; they both went inactive 1/19; remain inactive 3/19:
  • 20307, in the west half, IA/1,328, EOG, Clarks Creek 103-17H, Antelope, Sanish pool, t11/11; cum 153K 12/18; only 1,000 bbls/month; off line as of 1/19; still inactive, 3/19; remains inactive as of 5/19;
  • 19693, in the east half, 722, Enerplus, Danks 17-44H, Antelope, Sanish pool, t7/11; cum 234K 12/18; only 1,000 bbls/month; off line as of 1/19; still inactive, 3/19; active as of 4/19; 

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
SANISH5-20191523349606402785107615
SANISH4-20191489344666165734007185
SANISH3-20190001000
SANISH2-20190000000
SANISH1-2019132461404
SANISH12-201819760101844111400982
SANISH11-20183011791489577176901560

XTO Nelson Federal Wells In Antelope Oil Field Back On Line -- June 30, 2019

The XTO Nelson Federal wells are now coming back on line. Earlier, all of these wells were IA, but now four  of them are back to active status and the rest will probably be on active status next month (5/19) -- remember, paperwork generally lags two months from what is going on in the field, so I assume all these wells are now back on line and producing:
May 29, 2019:
  • 34486, 1,244, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5BXC, Antelope-Sanish, t3/19; no production data,
  • 34487, 857, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5FXG2, Antelope-Sanish, t5/19; no production data, 
    • neighboring wells
      • 28184, A, off line since 10/18; t11/15; cum 248K 10/18; active as of 4/19;
      • 28185, IA, off line since 10/18; t11/15; cum 254K 10/18; did have one day of production in 3/19;
      • 28183, IA, off line since 10/18; t11/15; cum 317K 10/18; did have one day of production in 3/19;
      • 28255, IA, off line since 9/18; t10/15; cum 276K 10/18; produced water three days in 3/19, but no oil production;
      • 18435, A, off line since 10/18; t3/11; cum 298K 10/18; active as of 4/19;
      • 28256, A, off line since 10/18; t10/15; cum 193K 10/18; active as of 4/19;
      • 28257, A, off line since 10/18; t10/15; cum 248K 10/18; active as of 4/19;

Wells Coming Off Confidential List This Next Week That Have Reported Production -- June 30, 2019

For the full list of wells coming off confidential list this next week, see this post

Initial production for those wells coning off the confidential list and reporting production this next week:

34094, conf, CLR, Colter 7-14H, Bear Creek, note the 50K+ in first full month:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
5-20193958345448
4-20193062327880
3-20195296359453
2-20199251386
1-20199070

35371, conf, Liberty Resources, Patricia W 159-94-12-24-2MBHX,  North Tioga:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
5-2019178470
4-2019192630
3-2019163680
2-2019217810
1-2019174230

32895, conf, CLR, Colter 12-14H, Bear Creek, Bear Creek; the Colter wells are tracked here:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
5-20192555730928
4-20192553925908
3-20193195938282
12-201823350

New Wells Reporting: 3Q19

Monday, August 19, 2019: 44 for the month; 91 for the quarter:
34156, conf, Oasis, Aagvik 5298 14-26 14TX, 

Sunday, August 18, 2019: 43 for the month; 90 for the quarter:
35937, conf, XTO, Badlands Federal 21X-13C, 
35602, conf, XTO, Cole Federal 44X-32D, 
35538, conf, CLR, McClintock 8-1H1
35349, conf, Hess, RS-State D-155-92-0203H-5, 
34791, conf, WPX, Sweet Grass Woman 22-15H, 
34764, conf, MRO, Jocelyn 14-36TFH
32400, conf, Slawson, Atlantis Federal 2-34-35H, 

Saturday, August 17, 2019: 36 for the month; 83 for the quarter:
34790, conf, WPX, Sweet Grass Woman 22-15HZ,
32467, conf, BR, CCU Boxcar 8-8-22MBH,
26804 (no typo), conf, XTO, ColeFederal 44X-32H, 

Friday, August 16, 2019: 33 for the month; 80 for the quarter:
  • 35350, SI/NC, Hess, RS-State D-155-92-0203H-4, Alger, no production data,
  • 34765, SI/NC, MRO, Kinney 24-36TFH
  • 32466, SI/NC, BR, CCU Audubon 8-8-22MBH, 
  • 32399, SI/NC, Slawson, Atlantis Federal 2 SLH, 
  • 26639, SI/NC, XTO, Badlands Federal 21X-13E, 
Thursday, August 15, 2019: 28 for the month; 77 for the quarter:
  • 35981, SI/NC, Sinclair, Uran 8-15H, Sanish, no production data,
  • 35351, SI/NC, Hess, RS-State D-155-92-0203H-3, Alger, no production data,
  • 35342, 633, Kraken Operating, Black Federal 33-28 2TFH, Oliver, t3/19; cum 67K 6/19;
  • 35341, 1,159, Kraken Operating, Black Federal 33-28 3H, Oliver, t2/19; cum 119K 6/19;
  • 35340, 547, Kraken Operating, Black Federal 33-28 4TFH, Oliver, t3/19; cum 42K 6/19;
  • 35339, 1,166, Kraken Operating, Black Federal 33-28 5H, Oliver, t2/19; cum 112K 6/19;
  • 35338, 780, Kraken Operating, Black Federal 33-28 6TFH, Oliver, t2/19; cum 96K 6/19;
  • 34789, SI/NC, WPX, Sweet Grass Woman 22-15HD, Spotted Horn, no production data,
  • 32465, SI/NC, BR, CCU Golden Creek 1-1-26TFH, Corral Creek, no production data,
Wells coming off confidential list today -- Wednesday, August 14, 2019: 19 for the month; 68 for the quarter:
  • 35603, SI/NC, XTO, Cole 44X-32DXA, Siverston, no production data,
  • 34889, 1,402, Bruin, Fort Berthold 147-94-2A-11-13H, MCGregory Buttes, t2/19; cum 111K 6/19;
Tuesday, August 13, 2019: 17 for the month; 66 for the quarter:
  • 35938, SI/NC, XTO, Badlands Federal 21X-13B, North Fork, no production data,
  • 35352, SI/NC, Hess, RS-State D-155-92-0203H-2, Alger, no production data,
  • 32464, drl, BR, CCU Burner 1-1-26TFH, Corral Creek, no production data, TVD = 11,123.79 feet; this was the fourth curve completed on a quad pad; the well was plugged after having problems with hole stability and running intermediate casing;
Monday, August 12, 2019: 14 for the month; 63 for the quarter:
  • None.
Sunday, August 11, 2019: 14 for the month; 63 for the quarter:
  • 35353, SI/NC, Hess, RS-State D-LN-155-92-0203H-1, Alger, no production data,
  • 34888, 1,034, Bruin, Fort Berthold 147-94-2A-11-12H, McGregory Buttes, t3/19; cum 72K 6/19;
Saturday, August 10, 2019:
  • None.
Friday, August 9, 2019: 12 for the month; 61 for the quarter;
  • 35839, SI/NC, Sinclair, Sinclair State 8-36H, Robinson Lake, no production data,
  • 34177, n/d, CLR, Ravin 9-1H,  Dimmick Lake, t--; cum --;
Thursday, August 8, 2019: 10 for the month; 59 for the quarter;
  • None.
Wednesday, August 7, 2019: 10 for the month; 59 for the quarter;
  • None.
Tuesday, August 6, 2019: 10 for the month; 59 for the quarter;
  • 34938, SI/NC, Hess, EN-Kulczyk-154-94-2029H-11, Alkali Creek, no production data,
  • 34887, 1,885,  Bruin, Fort Berthold 147-94-2A-11-11H, McGregory Buttes, t3/19; cum 86K 6/19;
Monday, August 5, 2019: 8 for the month; 57 for the quarter;
  • 35982, SI/NC, Sinclair, Uran 7-15H, Sanish, no production data,
  • 34939, SI/NC, Hess, EN-Kulczyk-154-94-2029H-12, Alkali Creek, no production data,
  • 34895, 887, Kraken, Pocasset LE 29-32 1H, Oliver, t2/19; cum 103K 6/19; a nice well;
Sunday, August 4, 2019: 5 for the month; 54 for the quarter;
  • None.
Saturday, August 3, 2019: 5 for the month; 54 for the quarter;
  • 34940, SI/NC, Hess, EN-Kulczyk-154-94-2029H-2, Alkali Creek, no production data;
  • 34155, 537, Oasis, Aagvik 5298 14-26 13BX, Banks, t2/19; cum 156K 6/19; huge well;
  • 34035, 138, Petro Harvester Operating Company, LLC, FLX3 28-33 163-91 D, Portal, a Madison well; t5/19; cum 7K 6/19; a nice well for a Madison well; I might come back to this one; it's a horizontal Madison well;  huge amount of water in first two months; flowback/produced/
Friday, August 2, 2019: 2 for the month; 51 for the quarter;
  • None.
Thursday, August 1, 2019: 2 for the month; 51 for the quarter;
  • 34941, SI/NC, Hess, EN-Kulczyk-154-94-2029H-2, Alkali Creek, no production data,
  • 34176, IA/795, CLR, Ravin 8-1H2, Dimmick Lake, t--; cum --;
Wednesday, July 31, 2019: 49 for the month; 49 for the quarter;
  • 35273, IA/2,405, CLR Carson Peak 5-35H2, 4 sections, Oakdale, t6/19; cum 2K after 4 days; inactive right now;
  • 34582, 309 (no typo), Enerplus, Komodo 151-94-17A-20H-TF, Sanish, t1/19; cum 121K 5/19;
  • 31470, SI/NC, Sinclair, Uran 6-15TFH, Sanish, no production data,
Tuesday, July 30, 2019: 46 for the month; 46 for the quarter;
  • 34584, 806, Enerplus, Crocodile 151-94-17A-20H-TF, Antelope-Sanish, t1/19; cum 156K 5/19; 
  • 34583, 639, Enerplus, Alligator 151-94-17A-20H, Antelope-Sanish, t1/19; cum 152K 5/19;
  • 32950, 166, BR, State Dodge 2A TFS, Dimmick Lake, t5/19; cum --;
Monday, July 29, 2019: 43 for the month; 43 for the quarter;
  • None
Sunday, July 28, 2019; 43 for the month; 43 for the quarter;
  • None
Saturday, July 27, 2019: 43 for the month; 43 for the quarter;
  • None
Friday, July 26, 2019: 43 for the month; 43 for the quarter;
  • None
Thursday, July 25, 2019: 43 for the month; 43 for the quarter;
  • 35178, SI/NC, MRO, State Etta 44-36H, Killdeer, no production data,
Wednesday, July 24, 2019: 42 for the month; 42 for the quarter;
  • 35960, 1,796, Newfield, Goliath 150-98-5-8-8HLWR, 59 stages; 6.8 million lbs, Siverston (and it lives p to its name), 5/19; cum 43K 5/19; :
  • 35272, IA/3,376, CLR, Carson Peak 4-35HSL, middle Bakken, 40 stages; 16 million lbs (huge), Oakdale, t6/19; cum --;
Tuesday, July 23, 2019: 40 for the month; 40  for the quarter;
  • 35177, SI/NC, MRO, State Elias 34-36TFH, Killdeer, no production data, 
  • 35164, SI/NC, Hunt, Halliday 146-92-19-18H-3, Werner, no production data,
Monday, July 22, 2019: 38 for the month; 38 for the quarter;
  • 35758, SI/NC, Petroshale, Helen 2TFH, Eagle Nest, no production data,
  • 35176, SI/NC, MRO, State Eileen 34-36TFH, Killdeer, no production data,
Sunday, July 21, 2019: 36 for the month; 36 for the quarter;
  • 35432, 1,741, CLR, Syverson 4-12H, East Fork, t5/19; cum 17K over 15 days;
Saturday, July 20, 2019: 35 for the month; 35 for the quarter;
  • 35919, SI/NC, Petroshale, Helen 1MBH, Eagle Nest, no production data,  
  • 35175, SI/NC, MRO, State Eggert 24-36H, Killdeer, no production data,
  • 34891, 27 (no typo), BR, Gorhumbian 3A MBH-ULW, 4 sections, Bailey, t6/19; cum --;
Friday, July 19, 2019: 32 for the month; 32 for the quarter;
  • 35108, 1,824, CLR, Carson Peak 6-35H1, Oakdale, t5/19; cum 69K over 50 days
  • 34353, 2,913, CLR, Morris 4-23HSL, Oakdale, t3/19; cum 56K, about 27 days;
  • 33475, drl, EOG, Liberty LR 47-1416H, Parshall, no production data,
  • 33474, drl, EOG, Liberty LR 110-1416H, Parshall, no production data,
Thursday, July 18, 2019: 28 for the month; 28 for the quarter;
  • None.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019: 28 for the month; 28 for the quarter;
  • 35581, 770, Petro-Hunt, Dolezal 146-97-31C-30-4H, Little Knife, t6/19; cum --;
  • 33538, 1,415, CLR, Hendrickson Federal 14-25HSL, Elm Tree, t1/19; cum 103K 5/19,
Tuesday, July 16, 2019: 26 for the month; 26 for the quarter;
  • 35524, SI/NC, MRO, Mason 14-31TFH, Killdeer, no production data,
  • 35495, 2,059, CLR, Burian 4-27H1, Three Forks First Bench, 62 stages; 10 million lbs, St Demetrius, t1/19; cum 97K 5/19;
  • 35080, IA, CLR, Carson Peak 7-35H, Oakdale, t--; cum --;
  • 31804, SI/NC, EOG, Riverview 36-3031H, Clarks Creek; no production data;
Monday, July 15, 2019: 22 for the month; 22 for the quarter;
  • 35525, SI/NC, MRO, Hayes 14-31H, Killdeer,
  • 34354, 2,485, CLR, Hawkinson 16-22HSL 1, First Bench Three Forks, 37 stages; 16 million lbs, Oakdale, t2/19; cum 94K in less than 3 months;
  • 34352, 2,698, CLR, Morris 5-23H2, Second Bench Three Forks, 41 stages, 11.3 million lbs; Oakdale, t4/19; cum 85K in 28 days;

Sunday, July 14, 2019: 19 for the month; 19 for the quarter;
  • 35526, SI/NC, MRO, Gwen 44-36TFH, Killdeer,
  • 31805, SI/NC, EOG, Riverview 25-3031H, Clarks Creek,
Saturday, July 13, 2019: 17 for the month; 17 for the quarter;
  • 35081, 3,556, CLR, Carson Peak 8-35H2, Second Bench Three Forks, 52 stages; 14.2 million lbs; Oakdale, t5/19; cum 116K in 46 days;
  • 31806, SI/NC, EOG, Riverview 24-3031H, Clarks Creek,
Friday, July 12, 2019: 15 for the month; 15 for the quarter;
  • 34351, 1,969, CLR, Morris 6-23H, Oakdale, t4/19; cum 63K 5/19;
  • 31807, SI/NC, EOG, Riverview 23-3031H, Clarks Creek, no production data,
Thursday, July 11, 2019: 13 for the month; 13 for the quarter;
  • 35546, SI/NC, WPX, Delores Sand 29-32HD, Antelope-Sanish, no production data,
  • 35082, 1,593, CLR, Morris 8-26H1, 26 stages; 11.3 million lbs; Three Forks, first bench, Oakdale, t4/19; cum 74K in less than 2 months;
  • 33944, 942, Liberty Resources, Robert W 159-94-1-25-2TFHX, 40 stages; 16 million lbs white sand, North Tioga, t1/19; cum 100K 5/19;
Wednesday, July 10, 2019: 10 for the month; 10 for the quarter;
Tuesday, July 9, 2019: 8 for the month; 8 for the quarter;
  • 35544, SI/NC, WPX, Delores Sand 29-32HY, Antelope-Sanish, no production data,
  • 34095, 2,457, CLR, Colter 8-14H1, 41 stages; 10.2 million lbs; Bear Creek, t3/19; cum 75K 5/19;
Monday, July 8, 2019: 6 for the month; 6 for the quarter;
  • None.
Sunday, July 7, 2019: 6 for the month; 6 for the quarter;
  • 35543, SI/NC, WPX, Delores Sand 29-32HIL, Antelope, no production data,
  • 34094, 2,479, CLR, Colter 7-14H, 37 stages, 10.2 million lbs, Bear Creek, t3/19; cum 125K in three months
Saturday, July 6, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
  • None.
Friday, July 5, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
  • None.
Thursday, July 4, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
  • None.
Wednesday, July 3, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
  • 35371, 889, Liberty Resources, Patricia W 159-94-12-24-2MBHX,  North Tioga, t1/19; cum 94K 5/19; 40 stages; 16 million lbs sand (no typo);
  • 35322, SI/NC, MRO, Eunice USA 11-16TFH, no production data,
Tuesday, July 2, 2019: 2 for the month; 2 for the quarter;
  • 35321, SI/NC, MRO, Flynn USA 21-16TFH, Reunion Bay, but look at this -- 18,482 bbls over first nine (9) days;
Monday, July 1, 2019: 1 for the month; 1 for the quarter;
  • None: six months ago this day, it was January 1, 2019.


Data for 3Q19: this page
Data for 2Q19: 2Q19
Data for 1Q19: 1Q19
Data for 4Q18: 4Q18
Data for 3Q18: 3Q18
Data for 2Q18: 2Q18
Data for 1Q18: 1Q18
Data for 4Q17: 4Q17
Data for 3Q17: 3Q17
Data for 4Q16: 4Q16
Data for 3Q16: 3Q16
Data for 2Q16: 2Q16
Data for 1Q16: 1Q16
Data for 4Q15: 4Q15
Data for 3Q15: 3Q15
Data for 2Q15: 2Q15
Data for 1Q15: 1Q15
Data for 4Q14: 4Q14
Data for 3Q14: 3Q14
Data for 2Q14: 2Q14
Data for 1Q14: 1Q14
Data for 4Q13: 4Q13
Data for 3Q13: 3Q13
Data for 2Q13: 2Q13
Data for 1Q13: 1Q13
Data for 4Q12: 4Q12
Data for 3Q12: 3Q12
Data for 2Q12: 2Q12
  Data for 1Q12: 1Q12   
Data for 4Q11: 4Q11 
Data for 3Q11: 3Q11 
Data for 2Q11: 2Q11 
 Data for 1Q11: 1Q11  
 Data for 2H10: 2H10 
Through 1H10: 1H10
 

Wells Coming Off Confidential List This Next Week -- June 30, 2019

For initial production data, see this post

Monday, July 8, 2019: 6 for the month; 6 for the quarter;
None.

Sunday, July 7, 2019: 6 for the month; 6 for the quarter;
35543, conf, WPX, Delores Sand 29-32HIL,
34094, conf, CLR, Colter 7-14H,

Saturday, July 6, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
None.

Friday, July 5, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
None.

Thursday, July 4, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
None.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019: 4 for the month; 4 for the quarter;
35371, conf, Liberty Resources, Patricia @ 159-94-12-24-2MBHX, 
35322, conf, MRO, Eunice USA 11-16TFH,

Tuesday, July 2, 2019: 2 for the month; 2 for the quarter;
35321, conf, MRO, Flynn USA 21-16TFH,

Monday, July 1, 2019: 1 for the month; 1 for the quarter;
None: six months ago this day, it was January 1, 2019.

Sunday, June 30, 2019: 82 for the month; 271 for the quarter;
34401, conf, WPX, Lion 18-19HC,  Mandaree, no production data, 
32895, conf, CLR, Colter 12-14H, Bear Creek, a very nice well;

Saturday, June 29, 2019: 80 for the month; 269 for the quarter;
35840, conf, XTO, Halverson 13X-33EXH, Alkali Creek, no production data,

Notes From All Over -- Part 1 -- June 30, 2019

Unless I missed it, and I'm sure I did, the G-20 had little to say about global warming. Just saying. They all wanted more fossil fuel from Iran.

Link here.


Global warming, Montana style, link here:

The good ol' day, link here: